Premises Liability – “Slip And Fall Accidents”


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The Experienced Team For Advice And Representation After A Chicago-Area Slip-And-Fall Injury

The places we visit and the facilities we use need to be maintained. Floors should not be slippery and aisles should be free from trip hazards and debris. Owners of Chicago-area grocery stores, shops, parking lots, escalators and elevators need to ensure that safety is a priority.

Our experienced injury team at Shifrin Law Group provides client-centric, results-driven guidance and representation. As trial attorneys, we are prepared to take on big business, big insurance and your case.

Slip-And-Fall Injuries Are Not Uncommon

Millions of people go to the emergency room each year for “slip-and-fall” accidents. Many people suffer injuries to their backs, necks, shoulders, arms and legs and even heads. In some cases, a severe head injury can lead to death.

These injuries can happen at work, while you are shopping or even on city streets. If you are injured due to a “slip and fall,” your employer, the city or the business may be liable for those injuries.

There are several factors to consider in a slip-and-fall case. These factors include:

  • Negligence
  • Liability
  • Duty
  • Notice

Compensation is awarded for different categories of injury including medical bills, pain and suffering and lost wages.

What To Do After A Slip-And-Fall Injury

The first and most important thing to do after an injury is to:

  • File an incident report with the business, even if your injuries seem minor, as an injury can worsen over time.
  • Seek medical attention immediately and preserve all documentation.
  • Document the conditions that existed where the fall occurred with reports, videos and photos of the area and of the injury.
  • If any witnesses or employees were present or came to your aid, please make sure to ask for their contact information.

In order for someone to be held liable, they must have a legal responsibility for the property or business, and any occurrences that take place on that property or business. If you are involved in a “slip-and-fall” accident as a result of someone else’s negligence, get in touch with our team of attorneys as soon as possible to discuss your claim.

Get A Free Case Analysis After A Fall

We know you have questions about what to expect. We will listen to what happened to you and then offer our perspective and advice. We can give you a better idea of what to expect and how we can help. This consultation is absolutely free of charge. Our founding attorney speaks fluent Russian, making us capable of serving you in either the English or Russian language. Call our Chicago office at 312-766-4223 or connect with us by using our online request form.